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in the buildup to try to avoid these, you know, spending changes that he signed into law and there's a real question, given those numbers, chris, about whether people are starting to doubt him. they're starting to doubt whether they're getting the straight scoop. >> you got it. and the real fight is just beginning now, which is over the continuing resolution to fund the government. the current one expires on the 27th of march and that's the real bite that's coming. will the president have more or less credibility in that fight after his sequester scare stuff? i would say less. >> megyn: we'll watch it and see how the polling goes. chris, thank you. >> you bet. >> megyn: in addition to the new numberses fox news poll find that americans had it with high gas prices and with the washington spending. the prices at the pump topping the list of voter gripes, 84% say that they are fed up with high gas prices. 81%, that's actually number two, say the growing deficit is frustrating. while nearly as many are fed up with too much government spending and for that matter with gridlock in washington. the
or too bad to be true, i think, and the fact that you've got law enforcement saying that they cannot verify this points to, to me, to the many examples, not just at oberlin, i don't want to single out my alma mater, but it's happene many, many times over the decades where things are hatched by progressives who are trying to prove that institutional racism exists in their lives when really, the racism comes from these leftists who are segregating the kids and raising their race consciousness in a very poisonous way. >> megyn: i want to tell the viewers, according to the guardian, the lieutenant from the oberlin police says the only witness to the alleged kkk sighting may have been mistaken. they could not verify the claims and arrested two students, but police say it's unclear if it was motivated by racial hatred or if they just wanted to make a commentary on free speech. there is a bit of a leaping to conclusions. i mean, people get, you know -- it evokes a viceral reaction when you see the n-word and the f-word and hear about somebody wearing a kkk robe walking by the african center
of his second term, including trying to overhaul the nation's guns and immigration laws. meantime, the administration continues to raise alarm bells about the impact from those changes, those spending changes that kicked in last week. the controversy, did they overwarn. why is arne duncan the education secretary telling teachers are laid off only to find out from the washington post that's false. homeland security secretary janet napolitano says some airports are seeing impacts from the spending changes with passengers experiencing delays, she says, because the tsa is cutting back. and ms. napolitano also warns that these things could get worse going forward. and we shall see. and in the middle of all of those warnings that some republicans are trying to remind people, that the administration does have choices when it comes to spending. according to alabama senator jeff sessions, the president's recent golf weekend with tiger woods cost taxpayers more than a million dollars, or enough money to save 341 federal workers from going on furlough. the golfing gathering happened last mon
in our next hour. well, tracking a developing story in new york city where osama bin laden's son-in-law pled not guilty in a courtroom steps away from ground zero, he's more than just a relative of bin laden, a top al-qaeda spokesman, now being charged with conspiracy to kill americans. his prosecution in federal court sparking controversy with many asking if such prominent terror suspects belong in the civil judicial system? david lee miller is live outside the courthouse, hi, david lee. >> reporter: the hearing was procedural and symbolic. and here was the son-in-law of bin laden in the federal courtroom, he entered surrounded by security, about ten security officers in the room itself. he wore a beard, he to a great extent resembled the videos that we've seen of him through the years. we learned a little bit more about his arrest. he was taken into custody on february 28th somewhere overseas, presumably in jordan shortly before midnight and he arrived in the united states, we're told, on march 1st at about 12:30 p.m. that's exactly one week ago today. and he was detained and is bein
and that the president signed into law, a new abc news poll finds today that americans support those spending changes by a 2-1 margin. except when it comes to the cuts that we're facing in the defense department. all that comes as we also get a leaked government memo that suggests the administration may be trying to make sure that changes at different federal agencies are living up to the dire warnings put up by certain administration officials. the e-mail comes from an agriculture department manager, who asked about the kinds of changes he was being asked to make. and says his bosses responded by saying, quote, however you manage that reduction, you needake sure you are not contradicting what we said the impact would be. chris stirewalt is our fox digital editor on foxnews.com live. and this is a guy who goes out and inspects fish and want today make the cuts less painful and claiming his bosses were saying, well, you can't do it the way you want to do it and by the way, don't do anything that would contradict the warnings that we've put out. and that's is what? >> that tells us that mitigating the
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